Critic Consensus: With sharp dialogue and a seamlessly developing plot, "Cobbler" steers its central character ever closer to the horribly compelling tumble from greatness Better Call Saul is building toward.
Critic reviews for Cobbler
When Jonathan Banks is on screen as Mike Ehrmantraut, there's no one else you'd rather be watching.
Jimmy and Kim have come together in such a sweet, fully-realized way... So much so, that we are just terrified about what's going to come next.
After last week's solid if sleepy opening, Better Call Saul has rediscovered its zany groove.
Sure, McGill (Bob Odenkirk) is nowhere near the Goodman that Breaking Bad fans fell in love with, but in the final scene of the aptly titled 'Cobbler,' the evolution shines through more than ever.
You can't help but feel, even in these most tender and sweet of exchanges, that everything Jimmy is doing is a strained performance.
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